Stewards of Access/Custodians of Choice, 4th ed.
Overpopulation, resource depletion, climate change, and a host of other pressing social and environmental problems challenge us to demonstrate the relevance of parks, recreation, and tourism to their resolution.
In this fourth edition of Stewards of Access/Custodians of Choice, the authors share their conviction that health promotion within the context of social and environmental justice is the way to demonstrate that relevance.
Part I: The Sacred Tree Is Dead
Chapter 1: The Problem
Chapter 2: The Response
Chapter 3: The Dilemma
Part II: Emergence of a Worth Ethic
Chapter 4: A Worth Ethic for Parks, Recreation, and Tourism
Chapter 5: Respect as a Birthright
Chapter 6: Freedom to Grow
Chapter 7: Opportunities for Choice
Part III: Pathways to the Future
Chapter 8: Breaking the Language Barrier
Chapter 9: Creating Natural Resources
Chapter 10: Reaching for a Higher Education
Chapter 11: Serving the Human Potential
Chapter 12: Rethinking Recreation and Leisure in Contemporary Life: An Ecopsychological Perspective
Chapter 13: People and Nature: Toward an Ecological Model of Health Promotion
Chapter 14: Ecological Democracy: Cultivating Healthy Citizens